… like the rumble of a big block.
Eric had no idea a 1932 Ford Coupe he bought in a barn hid a special heritage stretching back to the 40s and the roots of the hot rod movement in California.
Source: After Appearing on the First Cover of Rod & Custom, this 1932 Ford 5-Window Coupe Vanished for Decades
Wesley’s Wise Decision or Just Another Done to Death Deuce
Source: Wesley’s Wise Decision or Just Another Done to Death Deuce
We have a profile on a 1932 Ford roadster hot rod owned by Gary Matranga and built by Boyd Coddington. You have got to check it out!
Source: This 1932 Ford Roadster Was Built By Boyd and Screams Classic Street Rod
Jason Graham and Larry Tucker Team Up on a Fat-Fendered 1939 Chevy Custom
Source: How Does A Hot Rodder Build A 1939 Chevy Custom?
Keith Weesner not only draws and paints cars on canvas, and does it well, he also wrenches on his ’29 highboy roadster.
Source: Keith Weesner – Lowbrow, High Art
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